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 Xiaoting Wei

Xiaoting Wei

Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies & Statistics


Position:
Associate Lecturer
Email: xiaoting.wei@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 50401
Office: Room 3.43, CBE Bld (26C)
CV: CV (.PDF, 221KB)

Research areas

Corporate finance; Fixed income; Banking.

Biography

Xiaoting Wei is an Associate Lecturer of Finance. Xiaoting’s research interest span corporate finance, financial accounting, banking, and fixed income.  Her specific areas of focus include wealth transfers between shareholders and bondholders following different events, changes in bank risk following the introduction of various banking regulations or policies, and the impact of analyst background on forecast accuracy. Xiaoting’s work has been published in academic journals including International Review of Finance and Accounting and Finance.

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Research publications

Published Papers:

Bollen, B., Skully, M., Tripe, D. and Wei, X. (2015), “The global financial crisis and its impact on Australian bank risk”, International Review of Finance, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 89-111.    

Wei, X., Truong, C. and Do, V. (2020), “When are dividend changes bad for corporate bonds?”, Accounting and Finance, Vol. 60, No. 2, pp. 1295-1326.

 

Research grants and awards

ANU Research School Grants 2016

 

Teaching

Applied Corporate Finance (FINM7007)

Corporate Finance (FINM2001) 

Derivatives (FINM2002/7041)

 

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